1. Dérouler. Filer la laine.
2. (Intrans.) Avancer. Le temps file.
3. Suivre. Filer un suspect.
4. (Familier) Donner. Filer un bon tuyau.
1. To travel behind, go after, come after
2. To come after in time, as a result; SYN. come after.
3. To come as a logical consequence; follow logically
4. To adhere to or practice
5. To be next
6. To behave in accordance or in agreement with; SYN. conform to.
7. To travel along a certain course; SYN. travel along.
8. To accept and follow the leadership of command or guidance of
9. To grasp the meaning
10. To keep under surveillance; SYN. survey.
11. To bring something about at a later time than
1. To cast a shadow over; SYN. shade, shade off.
2. To cast a shadow; SYN. overshadow, dwarf.
3. To follow, usually without the person's knowledge
(Irregular preterit, past participle: spun).
1. To revolve quickly and repeatedly around one's own axis; SYN. spin around, whirl, reel, gyrate.
2. To work natural fibers into a thread.
3. To form a web by making a thread, as of spiders.
4. To prolong or extend; SYN. spin out.
5. To make up a story, as in.
6. To stream in jets, of liquids.
To remove the stalk of fruits or berries.